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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.,
UEMEBAI, OBM.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M KRiJII A.KTN,
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And A ml of
Mi River imI Uaaanba
a JLXiT COMPAiTIEa
70 Ohio Levee,..
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
KJTJLX, KSTATKACIEKT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
fin a T finm a mn a m ifnr.
lib
AUCTION ERS,
74 (SECOND TLOOIt) OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, 1LLH.,
bur and Skm. Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
Al I prepare Convey ances of Kind.
BOAT MTeftES.
SAM WILSON,
PliLII t II
BOATJITOEE8,
OROCKBIES.
PROVISIONS, ETC.,
Jf. 1IB
Onto Lxrxx, :::::: Cairo, III.
oacra raoirrn rimw
0. D. WILLIAMSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
TRODUCE AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
IK. TV Ohio lver,
0 A I n 0, I I. L I N 0 1 g.
i -
MTBdmIaI attention given to Consignments
uut'fllliiuc orders.
WHOLESALE CHOCBBS.
R;. pMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LSYKK,
CAIRO, ILMXUIIt.
Alio, kep constantly on hand a moil com
' plate (lock of
eOOTCH AMD IRISH WHISKIES
-GIN8,-
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Wines
R8HYTH A CO. aril exclusively for cih. to
. 'which fact thT Inrlte tho especial atun.
100 ef cloie bargain buyers.
Bptcial aiitntion ginn to Filling. Qrdtrt
rursioiARB'
WILLIAM it. SMITH, M. D. "
liEMDKNCK No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
IV twten WMblngton avenue and Walnut xtrett.
jffiee-lU Commercial avenue, up talr.
A. WADUYMAR, M, D.,
PHYSICIAN, Burgeon end Acoonhsur, rormorly
of Anna, Colon countj, Illinois, has per
s an tally located in Cairo. Orruve Commrcll
irenee, between Eighth and Ninth itreeti Wtit
tide. marly
. 0. W. DUNNING, M, D.
SE3IDKNCE-cornerNinlh and Walnut sts,
Office corner Sixth street and Ohio levee,
3 bourt-from to U m., and V p.m
PROPRIETORS.
TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
TIME TABLE OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. H.
On and after Sunday. Ma 14th. IMI. the follow
ini time-table will govern the arrival and depart
ure of tiastiDf tr Ira'na'at Cairo l
OrKirr-Mall (rata, dally.- ....'ll:U p.m
Klprot, daily .,... ltSp.m..
.trrit-e Mail, dally ........... 3:30 a. m.
Kxprtss, dally, except Monday 3130p.m.
No i li of i from Cairo to Ht. Louie. No
chango nf car from Cairo to Chicago. Elegant
Itrawlrig llon-n tlt-tping ,cara on night traini.
UKKK- cheesed bi all Important points.
The attention of shippers is especially
called to the fct that a Fruit Kxpress train will
leave Cairo dally, Haturdsya expected, and will
make the run from this city to Chicago In twenty
two hour.. JA-4. JOHNSON, Agent.
THUJA HA '
AKHIVE. CLOSE.
North, Throitgn , fcUOa-ww- Z.00 p.v-
" Way 2.-20 p.m. 11,0 p.m.
Houlh, Way 11.15 p.m. 11,00 p.m.
" Through N. O., Mem.
plil, and Columbui t.'jn p.tn, 4:0Qp.m,
Ohio Hirer route, (except
Mondy.............. C;iOp.m. COOp.aa.
Iron Mountain K. It 2:30 a.ln. 11:00 p.m.
Ml.i. Itlfcr route, Tueday
and Kriday G.oup.rn. T.OOp.ra.
Thebre, Oonie Inland A Santa
Fe, llli., Thursday A Kri-
day c.uun.m. TSWa.m,
MayilelJ, lllandrille and
(jitelacr, Ky ll.UJa.m. t.Wp.m.
orrica uocae.
Oencral IIpI.tci T:Ja.iu.
(Suuilj.8ioVa.m.)
Money Ordr dottinent 8.W a.m. e.uj
Iteguter " " " e.0ua.m. i Wp.m.
Moury Oidur aod ltefliler departmente not
open oo Hondayt.
m'HETTRDEBSi'
THK MAfcONK.
Ciiao;OuMHikiai, No. U. Htatl Atetmliiy
at the An)lum Maaonil Hull, flr.t and third,Hai
urdatra Inewk month.
Citao Cul'm'iL, No. 21. Regular Confutation at
Moonlc Hall, the wcond Friday In each month.
C.iao Cnimi, No. 71. iUgular. ConTocation
at Maionlc Hall, on the third Tueidey of etery
taenlh.
Ciao Loihji, No.WT K. A A. M Regular Com.
manicationi at Manonlc Hall, the .aeeoad and
fourth Mondayeoleah month. '
Iittra 1oix.a, No.&u V. A. M. Kegular Com
munication, at Matonie Hall 3rt and third
Thure layn In each month.
THK ODDFELLOWS.
ALti.ki.ii IyoMi, 2(4, Iet In UJd Kellow'f
Htll, In Artrr'a UulMIng, every Thuraday tren.
log, atdo'clo-k.
ALOO.N.
EL DORADO
KILL! AU1 SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOII.K UATtM, froarlrtar.
lOCCunmercial Atonur, CAIUU, 1 I.I.I KOI d1,
llv.t brand of :,HfornlaCiKr Jut rMeltrd,
B I I.MAUI) Mloon furniihrd with th Ixht ol
Ublra; aad bar aupplied xllli wine,, liiiior
and clgara of the Cnt(t brauda.
FITZGERALD'S
SAMPIiB BOOMS,
Cor, Courltulb Nt. ! Coin,
uirrrlal Amur,
TTMTViKKAI.D'H Campln Itoom. are (locked
Jj with pure linport.i wlnep, liquor andcig'ni,
and are Ullcn-.1 from the tar in Ar,t-cla,(
(tyle. Theie la no Ixltcr tabll,nmjnt In Bout h.
rrn IlllnoK, and none httter atorked. Call and
led the vanum brand ol winoa and llquorn.
JOHN IIYLAND'S SALOON,
Comer Truth Ntrel akad Commcreiml
Avcauc.
QUPKRIOR liquor, lrr. ale, etc., and fragrant
O llatanaa alnaya on naad. Tltote lUdriug de
lihtlulbrage( (liould not tail locallandemoy
them. All their wauta will be altoud to in a man
ner that will warrant a return. All hi liquors,
wlnea and cigar liao been tlectd with great
aro and critical ta.lo.
nOOTN AMD NIlOEt.
WILLIAM EIILERS,
Kaahlonable
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH HTREET,
Uetween Waalnngton ATcnuv and Poplar Street,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Uooti and 8kne Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Employed. .
Satisfaction Warranted.
Patronage Holiclted.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTOR
(on intxcr roa
"BBOLASKI'8"
CUSTOM-MADE
BOOTS AND SHOES
CoinuicrcUl Aveaiae, Comer r ElBblli
Htrcat,
Cairo, Illinois,
tarticulan attention paid to, all. 0b--
DKR8 V0R HOOrBXIRTB AND BlIoiiH. '
ItAWYKM.
ALLEN, MULKEY & WHEELER,
ATTORNEYS
Al . . ,
COUNSELORS ATLAW,
William J.Allen, )
John II. Mulkey, V CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
bamucl I'.WIieelor.J
aUrParticulnr atlonllou paid to river and a J.
miralty buamc.
OWIOE ROOMS 7 AND 8 WINTER' B BLOCK,
GREEN GILBERT,
ATTORN EY&
AMU
. . .
' 1 COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Oreen, ) ,
William U Uilbert, V HAIIIU, ILLINOIS.
MlleaP.UIlbort, J ' '
Ksrspeclat attention given td Admltalty aud
Steamboat business, T
orricj: ouio'lkvee, rooms 7 and 8 over
UIII HATIUNA1, UAH ft.
THE BULLETIN.
kuaartasl aclall)r for the Cairo nul
etui. Tra noun in advance or Nt.
tVala paar.
WASHINGTON.
OEN. PLEASANTON ASKED
RESIGN.
TO
HE DECLINES TO COMPLY
, WITH THE REQUEST,
AND THE PRESIDENT REMOVES
HIM.
NO MEETING OF THE CABINET.
THE PRESIDENT RETURNS TO
LONG BRANCH.
!"WAniNOTON, Aueutt 8. Tho report
recontly circulated that
C1IARI.ES FRANCIS ADAMS
hat (Inclined the appointment of arbitra
tor, undor tho trcatv of "W'axhingtoa, u
incorrect. The president, to-day, rcccivod
a tolepram from that gontlcman, inform
ing nim oi nil acceptance.
ivuiviai iniuruiaiioa uas uocu rcccivcu
THK KU-KLUX ACT
of congrosi meets with moro succeis than
wm ntierpatM.
NO CABINET MEETING.
Under warning from executive authori
ty thero was no formal meeting of the cab-Itict'tcf-day.
IJACK TO LONO 1IRANC1I.
fTbo president loft this evening for
Long Drancb.
COMRESrONDENCK nETTCEEN PLEASANTON
JLND THE PRESIDENT PLEASANTON DE
CLINES TO RESION A PERSONAL MAT
TER BETWEEN JIOUTWELL AND PLEAS
ANTON PLEASANTON REMOVED.
Tho president this morning rocoivod tho
following letter from Gen. 1'lcaianton:
Orrica Covii'a Iar'a RrvtNvi, Aug.e, J87I,
To the President: In antwor to your
request transmitted through Gen. Porter
last evening that I should tender my res
ignation of tho offico of commissioner of
internal rovenuo, I can only reply that
under ordinary circumsUnces nothing
would cive mo ercater plcasuro than to Re
cced to any request you roicht mako of
this kind, but the causo for making this ro
uuest was stated by Ocn. Portor to bo tho
differenco oxisting between tho secretary
of tho treasury (lkmtwcll) and myself at
regards tho government and management
of llio intomal revenue department.
Iioutwell claims powers which under tho
laws of congress governing that bureau
are vostcd solely in tho commissioner.
Tho question is,- therefore,puroly a legal
one, and tho precedents of our govern
ment have been to havo such questions,
whon appealed to the prosidont, roferrod
to tho law officer of the government for
his opinion ; and upon which tho president
found grounds to base nit docision.
This courso wat pursued by Presidents
Jackson, Tyler, Pierco, Van Jiurao, Fill
more and others, and has been tho uniform
practico of tbo government. Knowing
those, facts, and believing thU to be the
proper way to settlo a difference of views
as regards tho law, which might exist be
tween the secretary and tho commission
er,I addressed you a communication semo
tirao since, making an appeal for a govern
ment decision as to the powers of tho com
missioner, under tho act of July 20, 18C8.
This appeal, as I understand ft, is not to
be entertained, but the subject is to be
treated rather as a
personal difference
botwocn the secretary and myself. In this
connection it is proper to add that the con
duct or tno socrotary nas been such as to
prccludo the tendering of my resignation'
till some opportunity is grantod for mo to
vindicato my administration of tbo inter
nal rorcnue bureau.
In justice to the public interests placed
under my charge and tho imporlanco to
tax payers of a proper solution of theto
difficulties, I most respectfully decline to
tender you my resignation, and trusting
you will deem it appropriate, I again re
quest Uhat your present determination
rnav be reconsidered, and an investigation
oi tno differenco betweon tbo sccrolary and
myself of or rod to tho attorney general
for hl opinion. With great respect,
Sigtied. A. Tleasanton,
Commissioner.
IRIENDSHIP P0R TIIE PRESIDENT.
Tbo letter was accompanied by a private
note from Gen. Pleasanton exprossivo (it
is said) of his dovotion and friendship to
tbo prosidont in tho futuro.
PLEASANTON DECAPITATED.
Two hours after ho rcccivod this com-'
munication tho prosidont tonfhima noti
fication of his suspension.
THE CAVBB . -
assigned in official quarters for tho sus
pension of Pleasanton, aro that tho inter
nal rovoriuejwas notcolloctcd with efficien
cy, and that Pleasanton revcrsod the rul
ing of his prodoceisor in soveral important
cases;
OEN. ALLEN RUTHERFORD,
ihird auditor, returned to-day from North
Carolina. lie estimates tho republican
majority in that itato from 10 to 12 thou
sand. W BATHER RIPOIIT.
Washington; D. C, August 8. Tho
barometer has fallen slightly at tho Rocky
Mountain stations, with an incroasod torn
peraturo sinco Monday.
Kvenlng Somo prcssuro after rising
considerably in' tho southern and Gulf
States and is now stationary or fulling, but
remains highest in that region. Tho fall
lng""of thobaroroeter which, on Monday,
oxtonded oror tho lakos, has boon followed
by rising in tbo oxtromo northwest. An
area of vory low barometer hug nioved
very rapidly eastward and, i now centrul
in Norlnorn Now York'.' Southwesterly
winds prevail ln,theAilantjc States and
westward to tho St.-Lawrence and 'Ohio
rivers. Northwesterly winds aro reported
from lakes Michigan and Suporlor. Tho
tcmperaturo has generally fallen cast of
tho Mississippi with increased humidity in
tho Atlantic States. Tho area of tho
threatening wcathor and tho local storms
has moved very rapidly eastward and
now extends along, the eiui from Maino
to Nojth Carolina. ,Lj).ht rains and
clouds aro reported front Tonnetteo south
M TELEGRAPH
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1871.
wsstwsrd. A small storm of special se
verity appears to havo passod from Vir
ginia toUapo.May.
PROBABILITIES.
Barometor will probably ralso with par
tially cloudy and pleasant weather on
Wednesday north and west of the Ohio.
Cloudy and threatening weathorls prob
able for tho gulf states, and fresh south
westerly winds with ploasant weather for
tho middle and eastern statos.
NEW-YORK.
SQUABBLE AMONG THE
PUBLICANS.
RE-
YELLOW FEVER AT QUARAN
TINE.
MA'YOR HALL AND TIIE CILUI
' BER OF CO3IMER0E. '
New-York, August 8. The -a Is stmu
EXCITEMENT
among politicians, to-dty, ovi changos
madonttbo nnvy-yard.
the "outs"
aro in onch caso known as tho Morgan
Ponton republicans, and thu chances mado
are said to bo tho result of tbo fight going
on for places on tho stato centra, commit
tee. THE HEALTH OFFICER
has placed an additional forco of inspec
tors at the wharves in South Brooklyn, in
vlow or the Tact that yollow lever has ap
peared al quarantine.
TURNER FESTIVAL.
Tho Turners continued their feslivul
exercises to-day. This aftornoon tho
"Schutezer" corps shot for pr'zos. This
evening thero will be a grand drumatic
performanco at Turner hall.
THK CITV ACCOUNTS.
Opedykc, president of tho chamber of
commerce, to-day replied to Mayor Hall's
letter, asking that a committeo bo appoint
ed to examine tho city accounts. Opodyko
informs the mayor that the presiding offi
cer of tho cbambor of commerce has no
power to conveno a spocial meeting unlets
requested to do so by at least one member;
ho adds that so far as ho has Leon nble to
ascortain no ton 'members of tho chamber
could be found who would sign their
names to such a request. An exact state
ment of tho finances can. in his opinion,
bo prepared more easily In tho comptrol
lers offico by tho clerks employed
thero than by any committeo appointed by
tho chamber. Owlnc to tba absonco of a
great majority of the moinben of the cham
ber of commerce, Opedyko don't be
lieve that a sufficiently large number could
bo convened to form acouimittce whose de
cision could bo accoptod as the sentiment
orttio ennrnbor.
Tho above reasons, Opedykc thinks.
justifies him in declining to mako a per
sonal enoti towards appointing n special
committeo s demadded by tho Mayor.
Ile.tbereforc, declines to intorferc.
MILWAUKEE.
TERRIFIC
TORNADO
CONSIN.
IN WIS-
STEAMER
CAPSIZED LOSS
LIFE.
OF
GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROP
ERTY. Milwaukee, August, 8. A "Wlnnc
conno, 'Wis., despatch, to-day, says n
TERRIBLE TORNADO,
traveling from east to west, passed over
that locality last nlht. Tbo Ray Doom
on Wolfo river, located Jllvo miles abovo
"Winnoconne, containing lluy million feet
oi logs, wat broken up.
Tho stcainor Star was
CAPSIZED,
nnd Captain Geo. Smith was drowned, also
m. bcbanior. a raflnian.
TORTV RAFT HOUSES
woro blown ovor nnd completely demol
ished. Tbo smoke stacks of Mellows, Mc
Arthur & Co.'t, and Sandfoid & Ilonckly's
mills wero blown down, and thousands ef
window panes brskon and tb rty cliim
noys blown down ; grain in tho sb'-ckwns
scftttorodover the fields, and th(':orn is nil
flat. Tho lumber interest sulft o.' great
Iosj.
, a roman-catholic church
'in tho town of Uranvllio, (Milwaukoo
county) was destroyed by tho stoim yes
terday noon.
NEW ORLEANS.
THE
i
COMING RADICAL
VENTION.
CON-
THE FIGHT GROWS WARMER.
New Orleans. August 8. Thero will
bo double delegations from all tho Parishes
in tho etato except cigut or ton which aro
represented by dolegates friendly to War
mouth.. In two or threo wards o' tho city
whero Warmouth delegates aro clcctod
thero is no contest and in all other wards
theto aro double dologations. Wnrmouth's
friends claim a majority on tho whole del
egation and say that he will not go into
th,o convention without a tlckot from tho
Stato committeo and Uavo tho question to
bo docidod by n properly constituted com
mittee on credentials.
Tho convention moots nt noon to-morrow
in tho north court room in tho cintoin
houso building.
LEAVENWORTH, KM
CASSIUS M. CLAY ON THE PKKS
'IDENTIAL TERM,
HE FAVORS HORACE CRKKLKY
FOR PRESIDENT.
Leavenworth. Augusts. Tho Times
of to-morrow will contain u letter from
lion. Casslus M. Clay to Con. Larimer in
which theKontuckiau favors tho ono pres
idential torm, and comes out squarely for
Horace Grocly for President.
FOREIGN.
INDEMNIFICATION BILL PASS
ED BY THE FRENCH ASSEMBLY.
COM PULSORY E D UCATION
FRANCE.
IN
FERRE AND ASSI ON TRIAL.
FRANCE.
Versailles, August 8. The Assem
bly passed tho Indemnification bill to-day.
It compensates llio inhabitants in tho de
partments for tho loss nnd dnir tge suf
fered by thorn during tho war, cither by
tho enemy or tho French troop?, after duo
investigation of tho claims und settlement
of tho amount. It also authorise) tho
Minister of I'innnco to dlsfibuto imtuo
din'.ely tbo sum of ono hundred thousand
francs among needyclalmants.
A bill providing a system of compulsory
andiroo education throughout tho coun
try was introduced. A committor having
tho subject undor considc ation has agreed
to report In favor of an incomo tar.
Tho court martial for tho trial of tho
communists began tho oxnmination of wit
nesses. M. Ferre, ono of tho accused, at
tempted to mako a speech in court, but
was not permitted to proceed by the presi
dent of thocourt. Ho denied that ho bad
ordered tho burning of tho palaco of tho
minister of finance, fcoverai witnesses
sworo that Ferre personally forbado tho
rclcaso of tho prisoners in tho prefecture
whilo it was burning, lloth Form and
Assl wore insolent in speech and manner,
and woro often roprimnnded by tho Court.
Tho room wus crowded with spectators.
ST. LOUIS.
THE ELECTION YESTERDAY,
DEMOCRATS ELECT A MAJOR
ITY OF THEIR TICKET.
NEWSBOY KILLED.
St. Louis, August 8. While tho iron
frntno of a priuting pre?s was being lioisi
ed up a flight of dtsirs in thu Journal of
Commerco otfico this afternoon, tho tack
ling broko and the framo slid back with
great velocity, ond reaching tho pave
ment it nasse'd over .las. Durin, n news
boy, crushing h's head and tearing open
his bowel", killing him instantly.
Notico has been served on Captain Mc
Guirc, county collector, to appear before
Judgo Dillon, United States District
Court in chambers nt Davenport, Iowa,
ou tho lGth inst., in relation to an injunc
tion prayed for by tho attornoys of tho
iron louniuiii numuiw vuinonj) w .v
struln tho sale of tho property levied on
by llio collector for tho non-payment
of taxes ndvortiscd for tho 17th inst.
Tho election hero to-lay for county
iudces nnd auditors passed olTnuiclly. 0.
Slice, democrat, for pondinc justice has
about 1.000 molarity in tho city, nnd tho
county will nrobablvrun it up to 2.0JO, W.
H. Heath, republican, for auditor, bis be
tween 700 to 800 majority. District
judces from this city, John II. Fissu nnd
A'nlllipriuommcj, republicans, uro ciecicu,
and John D. Fonnoy nnd John Hussy
democrats. Not enough returns from tho
country districts to determine tno result,
but It is probablo that Joseph L. Hyatt,
democrat, and Robert Allen, republican,
aro elected.
LOUISVILLE.
ELECTION
RETURNS LESLIE
AHEAD.
Louisville, August 8. Tho follow. ng
returns from tho various counties has been
received :
Hancock county gives Lea"o 750; liar
Ian. 321.
Rallnrd county democratic majority
1,340.
llovd county Williams, democrat
carried tho county by about 9 majority.
Tho stnto ticket is a littlo behind.
Rarron county- .Lctlio's majority In tlvo
principal townships is -iok.
M'Crackon county democratic majority
between -100 and 500. Tho republicans
carried Paducah by 78 majority.
Marlon county official ; Leslie, 1770;
Harlan. 021.
Franklin county oilici"! ; Lcslio, 1,701;
Harlan. 1,1 II.
Simpson county oillcir'; Leslie, 1,291;
Harlan, 517.
Anderson county official ; Leslio, 010;
Horlan, 411.
llullot county otlicinl ; Leslie, 803;
Harlan, 100.
LITTLE ROCK.
SUBSIDY VOTED DOWN.
CROPS, WEATHER, ETC.
Little Rock, August 8. Tho official
vote from tliocitv and county shows that
the oppoiltiuu to tho subuldu of $20,000
was voted clown by at least 5 to 10.
Reports from all parts of tho stato fiiv
thai tho pospects for crops was novor bet
tor. Up to 2 o clock p.m, tho weather was
oppressive. lho thermometer reached
tuu. Alter thul this placu was visited In
line and refreshing shower proceeded by
strone wind. Tho weathor has now
taken u decldod chuiigo mid isploiisunt be
yond expression.
PUBIilC NOTICE.
Whereai, William It. iluikonud Roanna Ilurkx
his wifu. did on Hit. '-'J,l il.iv uf Jnnu. A. II. Im.i.
execute tholr certain morli;o r dcednl trim
to iHliam N. Ilaynieto heiMirecnrtaln iiote-i lln-re-Iu
mentioned, hlch deed of trust unt duly m-.
kuouledced nml recnnled In bonk "II" nam1 illl
niidxtl III the reeoriicm ullloo of Alexander coun
ty, Illinois. AiiilMheren, ilerault ha been inaiie
in the payment of aiild wile, Now, llii'ri fnie,
in areordancu with II o protiilou of ald ih-i-,1
and by virtue of lho povt.r I'li'reiu c-mil.ilnnl, 1
vtlll.on Priilay, llio latdat of hopltiiiiher, A, II,
1S7I, at the front ihior of llio court houan nf ,.
extniler roiiiiiy, Htato ol lllinol, at '.I n'chx-l; if
ald day prooeed ' J ell the fiillownii; i'cciilcd
properly, (itimtu lyliiK lu Iherlty of Cairo, tcj-H it:
Lit iiumbrri'd evfiili.'iii (17), eiglili-i-n (1b),
nineteen llu) in block linvduur ("ill. a tho
wacailaeil to ho platted ui'.d reeorded by Me-mrii,
Tujloraiul Davis, thu khihu beini: dcvribed in
said deed ol trim, for ca.h In hand In the hinho.l
uiuut-r, ami wni esi'viuu lu me nurciia -r or pill
chuners a deed for the Hame.
. . , Kl.iaAlll.ril O, HAVNIi;,
Ailmlnlstratrlt lur Isiiaiii N, llavnio.
July 2Ui, Itfll. y:i'i-:uld.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York, August 8th.
OOLD-HUftdy nt 11211123.
NEW-YORK.
,, r,..J?r-y::.K. Aususl8
' .vw. uuH iiuu unennneeu.
-VVIIEAT-tJulct nnd firm: Cli
$1.32.
hicago,
CORN Steady at C5J to OCc.
OATS Steady j old, 01 to C2e : now, 00
to COc.
PORK Quint nnd unchanged.
LARD Dull atOJ to OJc.
CHICAGO.
Chicaoo, August 8.
FLOUR Dull; extra. S5.000.50; su
perfine, S3.25 1.25.
WHEAT Irregular) selling nt $1.07
cash; $1.05 seller August; closed at $1.00 j
seller August.
CORN Closed lower nnd with fair de
mand ; lie seller August; -I'JJc seller
September ; rejected '12c.
OATS Lower, but clising steady at
30Jf7JltOJc cash. J
it i h ijuiet; sales al G453c.
RARLEY Steady at C31 to Clc cash.
PROVISIONS Dull and heavy.
PORK Hales at $12.75 for sollcr Sep
tember. LARD 9c, samo optional ; 8o cash bid.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, August 8.
FLOUR Very dull.
WHEAT Quiet nnd no nuotablo
change.
COUN Mixed, in bulk on track, 12c.
OATS Weak; No. 2, in elevator, 35c.
RYE 52c in bulk; 55c on truck.
WHISKY 93c.
PORK Nothing doing.
1SACON Unchanged; only a jobbing
order trade ; shoulders, 01c; clear rib, 8c;
clear, f to sjc.
LARD No sales.
NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, August 8.
FLOUR Drooping nt $v!7G5, XX
$0.25(30.50, XXX f 0.750 7.25.
CORN Dull and lower; mixed C7e,
white 70c, yellow G9c.
OATS In fair demand; now 4852c.
JJiiAN Dull at $1.02101.05.
PORK Dull and nominal Ujc.
RACON Drooping at 71e, rib Oc, sides
OJc.
LARD Irregular; tioro 1010,
keg lite. All others unchanged.
STERLING 123'.
UAIMtO.tUS.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TO
St. Lout, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi-
CAtio, i:w oiiK, Huston,
AM ALL
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
I'.tMcnger train arrive at and leave Cairo as fol
low: hil. rxram.
Annivc :ii;iiia.m JiUU p.m.
UirtKT 11i15ii.ui t!il3p.m.
ISnth traini conncet nt CcntraliawlthtMinou tne
ioh
P.ma, lctiir, Illnnmlnutcn, KIP.no, I.a Salle,
Men-Iota, Krceporl, ial ia, I)ubiiUn, and
nil point in illinoi,, Missouri,
Minnesota, WlseonHin and
luua. And with
Line running ICnt nnd Wat for
Si. Lnui.
HpfiiKlleld, Loulerillo,
Imiunanoli, Columbii.
Cincinnati,
And nt Chicago with Michlsan Central, Michigan
Uoiilhorn, and IMNburif, Kort Wayne
nnd Chicago ILillroad lor
l)..lrnil. C'lei eland. Dunkirk.
Allwnv. 11,, .Ion. Ihllii,l,,li,)iia
NliiKrn KallH, Krle, lliiltalo,
New Vork, Plttithiirc, Baltimore.
WnhliiKton.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Kor (hroiiRh tickets nnd Information, apply to
illlnols Central Railroad Depot. '
W. 1. JOH.NHO.V,
O'encrnl Pn5oncr ARent, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Axent, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd after Monday, April 24th, 1S71, trainswll
ruu at follow i
NulirilEUN DIVISION.
TIU1M OOINO tOl'TIIEiT.
... . Express
Leave Irpinia i,:lua.m Vi-.xS p.m.
" SjiriuKlield U.-.D 3.0) ..
H Vnvln-elll.. IH.I II ...... ..
Arnront l'ana .'.'."ililii m. .V.',','.'".'.'.'. oin
TBAI.MO0I.NO NOBTHWtST.
T.
Mail
..,-.., n ,.uua-rn
' Tnylorrillo :I7 ' ,
Arnvo at r-prinaHcld,..U:li1 " .
3:Mp.m.
t.'M '
CUO
U.-lU
Arrive nt VlrjinJn..'..'.7fc:U "
SOUTHKItN DIVISION."
IIUIXH aOI.NU S0UTIIKA9T,
Leave Kdfiewood B:30n.m ..
" Flora 8:-.'S ' ,
Arrlvo nt blianeetona:4.1p m
TII.1V. ,ll,IWfl ..1D.IM...
K;13
.10:10 n.m.
..lino '
.. 5:13 p.m
Leave Phawnectourn 8:1.1 n.m g jon m
" Flora 'i.bi " 7:00
Arrlvo nt IMruhooiI 1:50 S:) "
The 5:W a.m. train troin Edueitood, run only
Mondays, Wnliu-HilayHiind Friday, and 5:43a.m.
train from Hlianueotonn on Tuesday, Thur.
day and .Saturday,.
Connect, at Axhlainl with Jaclonvlle division
uf Chicago and Alton Itillrocl, I'nr J ickior.vllle
PctcrsbiirK, Mason City, nnd all nolnt west.
At HprlliKfleld. ith ChiciiKO and Alton, nnd
Toledo, Wiibaih and Hettern Hillroad, lor
Bloomliiptoii.ClilcnjjOjiui,! all point norlh.uorlh.
wo.t unci west.
At Pana ttlth InJ. and Si. I.oiii, and IlllnoU
Central llailroa-l lor all poir.. eiut, south and
soiitlii-ast.
Af I'.li.u-nn.l U'ltll lMil,,n..A II. ,, , .
... ..lll.tuil IIIHIOIN
Central Uailrond.
At Mora, with iiiiio anil MlsHi,ppi IUilroad.
At Shaw m elon n, with stn.imlsiai for Cincin
nati. Pad ucah, Cairo and St. Louis.
Dill. AND HJU'i'II, Oeii'lSup'l.
John hooJUT, (Jcn'l 1-r et and Ticket Ag't,
roit nam:
NOTICE.
The lllinui Central It l 1 ltoad (Nnnninv now
ollcrfor sale the follow liiKdcscribod lol in l-ir-il
Aililillonio i no my oi cuiro, vie :
Lot i!7 block '.1'. Lot 'Jl block
l " '.'0, " i7 " s-J,
.1 ' SJ, ' ys 'I vl,
u n n, ii at i w,
I 'ji " kj. ii yj ii bj.
For term, etc., niiply lo JA.MI JOHNSON,
eWllf Aiten 1 1
ST. LOUIS I'NIVEKSITY.
Tho Forty-Third Annual Heaslou of the
ST. LOUIS
-ITIISri-VIEIExLSIT-Y-
Will open on Monday Uopl.tlh, '71
TlllS ti llm nttlw TUlll,,ll,.K nt 1 n.Bi. 1.1.. I..
. ...- ..... w,.. in,iiiiu,l W. r.ll,,lJ , ,,,,
wet, havitiK Iwcn established in Ib.d. Tho cour.e
of Hludie iitlar every facility for nenulrinn a
,t,iMi,HH ..milium nuu uuiiiiuvroiai uuuoaiion,
CataloKUc cuntaluiiiK hutrucllon to narenl
t.ndful particulars, wilt bo sent on apdllcatlon to
ltr.v . II. HTUNTKliKCIt, H, J.
President, bi, louU Univt-ulty,
...0"".,"l?.AiI?,rOBWAR0'
W.SIratlon.
T. Ulrd.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toStrattoo, Hudson A Clark.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Lcvco, Cairo, Illinois.
LVAKcnts of American Powder Co., and man-
1 facturers sgents for cotton yarn. JyTdtf
.10HN R. P1I1LL1S,
(Hucccssor to Parker ft Philll,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDINO MERCHANT,
asa
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS.'
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILL.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
AND
DE-AXiEKS rir lime:
Cement, Plastek rAitii',
:
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corner i:Ik!iI1i Ntrcet nntl Ohio Lcvcc
CAIRO, ILL.
PETER CUHL
EtCll'ttVE
FLOUR MERCHANT
MILLERS' AGENT.
No. 80 Ohio Levee,
CAIKO ILLINOIS.
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER andCONFECTION
ivEEKCH:-A.isra:,
No. 134 Comniercial-nve.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AND
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to K. D, Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
AND
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS I
CAIKO, ILL.
tAfrLiborat Adranco made npoi
Consicmnont.
Aro prepared to recelro, storo and orward
frelhts la all points and buy and
sell ou commission.
xsrflulness attended to promptly.
WOOD RITTENIIOUSE,
(Successor ol Ayer A Co.)
FLOUR .
AND
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Caibo, Illinois.
HOUNE MOVING.
HOUSE MOVING.
.TAMES KENNEDY,
rSACTICAL
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
Is prepared to do all kinds of
HOUSE MOVINQ, HOUSE RAISING
AMD
HKfAIRINO OP KYXRY DESCKIPTIOX
oi4 Tut most aastoiAtLi itaks.
OUDEHH lelt at the rssldencacl Mr. Kstuiadr.
on Venter street, next door to the n school
house, or addresMd to tha cars of V. O. Box IV.
I or the bulletin oroco, will reeir prompt alttt)

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